If anyone is interested, a failed autopkgtest log link can be found
below - but as mentioned already, the original error message doesn't say
much as it was not meant to handle 404 errors (and breaks during
printing the error log).


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  dogtag-pki stops working with resteasy newer than 3.0.19-2

Status in dogtag-pki package in Ubuntu:
Status in resteasy package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  With the new resteasy package, dogtag-pki is unable to spawn a CA
  instance (e.g. pkispawn -s CA) because of the
  /ca/rest/installer/configure REST endpoint being unavailable. This can
  be either a regression in resteasy itself or maybe dogtag-pki needs to
  be somehow updated.

  This is also an issue noticed in Debian:

  The error can be seen during dogtag-pki autopkgtest runs with the
  latest resteasy package. The original error message doesn't say much,
  but tracking it down resulted in this exception being sent out during
  spawning the configuration scriptlet:

  requests.exceptions.HTTPError: 404 Client Error: Not Found for url:

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